NBADraft.net's latest mock draft has the Golden State Warriors selecting Bradley Beal at No. 7 overall. The Warriors will still have the chance to pick a quality shooting guard even if Beal is off the board by the time they make their pick. Jeremy Lamb, Terrence Ross and Austin Rivers are other two-guards the Warriors could be considering.
Other mock drafts have linked the Warriors to Ohio State standout Jared Sullinger, but Sullinger's low ceiling as a prospect has some mock drafts, including NBADraft.net's, projected as a mid to late first round pick and not a lottery pick.
Here is a snippet of Beal's scouting report from NBADraft.net:
Talented shooting guard with a prototypical skill-set for the position ... Strong build ... Has solid size, standing about 6'4" in shoes with a 6'7" wingspan
Beal averaged averaged 14.6 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game for the Florida Gators last year during his freshman season. NBADraft.net also has the Warriors taking Vanderbilt's Festus Ezeli with their No. 30 pick in the first round.
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